Midas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Midas   - king of Phrygia, 8th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_13.1 to Gordius that his son Midas* would be king when, as
Athen_2.45 lso done by the Phrygian Midas, when he wished to make Sil
Athen_10.415 yerses, a bastard son of Midas, the king of Celaenae in
DioscEpigr_5.56 ting out bones to dogs ? Midas' reeds & testify to what
Just_7.1 subsequently expelled Midas (for he also occupied a par
Just_11.7 reigned his son Midas, who, having been instructed by
Polyaen_7.5.1 hands of their enemies. [5] & Midas. Midas, pretending

  Midas   - in documents
AntipThes_9.417 & { G-P 70 } & Lampo, Midas' hound, died of thirst, tho
THI_35 (281)   n Myresis son of Orgimotos, Midas son of Klato...
THI_85 (late 3rd century)   were: Killes son of Midas Philemon Aischylos Demetr

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